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Had enough of the Tea Party yet? Unless you are an actual member of the Tea Party, your answer is probably in the affirmative. Of course if you are an actual member of the Tea Party, you’re just getting warmed up, blasting away purple-faced at...
Tags: Human Interest, Sarah Palin, Politics, John Boehner, Elections
In a profession like politics and in a town like the nation's capital, the phenomenon of a U.S. senator voluntarily surrendering his seat for a think-tank job would have been unthinkable some years ago. The decision of Republican Jim DeMint of South...
Tags: Democratic Party, Joe Biden, Politics, Marco Rubio, Elections
Politicians on the Far Right, seeking to turn the Republican Party into an uncompromising, unquestioning cause in their own image, sought to silence Dick Lugar's voice of moderation, promising that Indiana still would send a Republican to the Senate....
After Mitt Romney's 2012 election shellacking, a predictable blame-storm erupted between Republican pragmatists who want to win elections and the conservative zealots who love to argue. The big divide is most evident in such events as the Tea Party...
WASHINGTON -- 'Tis the season when columnists write mea culpas, make predictions and list their resolutions. Since my culpas are too vast for this tiny space, my predictions best in retrospect and my resolutions inevitably ignored, I thought I'd list...
Tags: U.S. Senate, Politics, Elections, Barack Obama, Jan Brewer
WASHINGTON -- There are those who say the tea party is fading in influence, but nothing could be further from the truth. In fact, the movement is on the cusp of achieving what once seemed nearly impossible: keeping the Senate Democratic. A year ago,...
Tags: Democratic Party, U.S. Senate, Joe Biden, Bill Clinton, Politics
What happens if you start a political party and nobody comes? Six months ago, a newfangled third party burst onto the scene, full of hope and promise. It was called Americans Elect, and it sought to give voters a choice many said they were looking for:...
Tags: Hillary Clinton, Charity, U.S. Senate, Politics, Government
On a Strip packed with colorful, sometimes controversial gambling titans, Sheldon Adelson plays politics a little differently from the rest. The casino barons are a mostly pragmatic bunch, shifting campaign donations to favor the party in power. Not...
Change of SubjectToday, Chicago attorney and political commentator Kyle Stone (r), executive board secretary of the Chicago Young Republicans, joins me for a dialogue about the presidential race. To Kyle, from Eric: If I were a Mitt Romney fan, I’d be cautiously.......
Occupy Wall Street is not likely to have the kind of effect on Democratic politics that the "tea party" movement has had in the GOP, a leading Democratic strategist said Thursday. Still, you can expect to hear Democrats focusing on some of the issues...
Calling the planned special election "illegitimate," Sharron Angle said Wednesday that she will not be a candidate in the September race to fill a vacant congressional seat in Nevada. After the state's governor called for the vote last month, Secretary...
Tags: Referenda, Politics, Government, Elections, Executive Branch
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